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4.21 / 5.00

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Sep 28, 2011 | 12:56 AM EDT
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Treasured for their dancing and music, these geishas will take things a little bit further if you got the funds.

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BandananaBandanana

Rated 5 / 5 stars

To Theatrehobo: there is a mode of transportation called a 'tricycle' that more or less works the same way as this bike. So it's possible. :)



comicretardcomicretard

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I love the colors...

... and the designs are amazing. Splendid work... They say a picture is worth a thousand words, and you make that a reality!



OckeroidOckeroid

Rated 5 / 5 stars

me likey

Love the colours and background



theaterhobotheaterhobo

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Very nice!

I really like your style in drawing/painting and the color choice. I cant really seem to find anything that i'd say you should improve on, but one thing that kinda bugs me is the practicality issue of the bike. How is the driver supposed to see to the right with that giant wall obscuring their view?



PhobotechPhobotech

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Very cool!

I love how you've balanced the color theme all throughout this...as a whole it's already wonderful, and then it draws you in to notice all of the neat little details.

The background crowd was handled very tastefully. My only problem with it being the Cowboy hat guy (top, center. Left to the scarf wearing body) is only partially inked. Sure there are lines that are excluded here and there among the crowd, and it does well to add definition without drawing too much focus...but what stands out for me is how the line from the bottom of his pant leg comes up to the knee and just abruptly stops.

Moreover the lanterns inside the motorcycle canopy seem to be RIGHT in front of the bikers face, and close enough to the Geisha woman that it would knock her in the back of the head should the bike start to move. While they look great there, from a design aspect, it seems to attribute to unintentional hilarity as opposed to a whimsical theme that's established quite literally everywhere else; the advertisement, the waitress with the couple in mid-ground...

Everything looks great. Once again, I love the color choices you've made.

And two more things; why is the rear tire suspension attached to the tail pipe? Also I don't see any shift pegs :P

Voted 5! Keep up the great work!


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LordDF responds:

Awesome review man. You're totally right, there's a few issues with the bike.

As long as people enjoy the piece, I'm happy with it. Hope you can check out some of my new postings too! :)